Milton (Fla.) three-star wide receiver Isaiah Jones added another major offer in recent days.
"Miami is my newest offer," Jones said. "I just got offered by them the other day. I talked to Coach (Brennan) Carroll. He just told me they really want me. He was telling me about the other receivers that they have and that it would be a good place to come to. He told me he wants me to come there and visit."
The Hurricanes join Arkansas, Auburn, Florida International, Georgia, Louisville, Marshall, and Tennessee in offering the 6-foot-4, 210-pound wide receiver.
In addition to his offers, schools such as Florida, Florida State, South Carolina, and South Florida have shown an interest. This coming weekend, Jones will travel to check one of those schools out.
"I am going to Florida this Saturday for their spring game," Jones said. "I don't know where I am going to go, but I plan on going somewhere on the 14th too."
With regards to the Gators, the Sunshine State prospect has been in regular contact with an assistant coach.
"I hear a lot from Coach (Bryant) Young, he recruits my area," Jones said. "He tells me that he just really wants to see me and really wants me at their spring game."
Saturday will mark Jones first visit to Florida. He is looking forward to learning more about the team's offensive attack and the coaching style of Will Muschamp's staff.
"I just want to see how they play and how they get the ball to their receivers in the passing game," Jones said. "I also want to see how the coaches treat me and treat their players."
At this time, Jones doesn't claim a leader nor have a timeline for making a decision. He says he is just showing patience to see who else decides to offer.
"I am still just waiting for all of the teams really," Jones said.
As a junior, Jones had 35 receptions for 500 yards and five touchdowns. He also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.